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  1. Fake 'Titanic submersible transcript' debunked by US investigation team

    By John O'sullivan In 2023, a supposed transcript of communications between the Titan submersible and its mother ship was widely shared online. The so-called log, viewed millions of times, suggested that a series of alarms had turned a dive to the Titanic's resting place into a te
  2. The Titan Submersible Disaster Shocked the World. The Exclusive Inside Story Is More Disturbing Than Anyone Imagined

    A year after OceanGate’s sub imploded, thousands of leaked documents and interviews with ex-employees reveal how the company’s CEO cut corners, ignored warnings, and lied in his fatal quest to reach the Titanic. By Mark Harris The Ocean Sciences Building at the University of Washin
  3. UK weather: Forecaster delivers verdict on 'Azores High' heatwave this month

    By Bradley Jolly The UK's chances of an " Azores High " - a spell of warm weather often enjoyed in Mediterranean countries like Portugal - are strengthening, an expert says. The band of high pressure, described by meteorologists as an "Azores High" due to its North Atlantic origins,
  4. Why climate change is leading to more aviation disasters – and how the industry must respond

    By Peter Neenan It’s likely that climate change may have played a role in the recent turbulence-related incident involving Singapore Airlines Flight SQ321. There are reports of increased frequency and intensity of turbulence due to changing wind patterns and airflow caused by globa
  5. Another manned submersible trip to the Titanic is being planned. A year after the fatal implosion, just how safe are today’s vessels?

    Nearly a year after a submersible carrying five passengers imploded en route to the wreckage of the Titanic, another manned deep dive in the North Atlantic is reportedly in the works. The billionaire-funded trip would take two men — Larry Connor, a real estate investor, and Patric
  6. How Melting Arctic Ice Leads To European Drought And Heatwaves

    “New research [link above] shows how last year’s warming melted ice in Greenland that increased flows of fresh, cold water into the North Atlantic, upsetting ocean currents in ways that lead to atmospheric changes… The Arctic Ocean is mostly enclosed by the coldest parts of the No
  7. Record-Breaking North Atlantic Ocean Temperatures Contribute To Extreme Marine Heatwaves [remote sensing]

    “Global average sea surface temperatures [in June 2023] reached unprecedented levels for June. The north Atlantic Ocean recorded exceptionally warm sea surface temperatures, with several extreme marine heatwaves. These were related to short term changes in atmospheric circulation
  8. Is India looking towards NATO or staying away from it?

    By: ChatGPT Plus #NATO ’s door is open for more engagement with #India , said #US permanent representative to the #NorthAtlantic military alliance, Julianne Smith. However later ruled out an invite to India, saying the alliance would first like to know country’s interest in engaging